Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah slammed for celebrating wedding with firecrackers after saying ‘no to crackers’
Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah married TV Presenter Sanjana Ganesan on the 14th of March.
Chinese state media resorts to publishing blatant lies to convince themselves that ‘boycott china’ is not working
China claimed that Indian traders are finding it difficult to shun Chinese products because of the low quality of local products.
Uttar Pradesh: Enraged over bursting firecrackers, villager Rashid beats up three boys, kills mother of one boy
Rashid beat up three children who were bursting firecrackers, killed 45-year-old woman who tried to stop him
Diwali retail sales go up by 10.8% over 2019, China loses of Rs 40,000 crore in business as Indians prefer Made in India products
Traders recorded Rs 72000 crore in retail sales in Diwali, indicating revival of retail sales following 8 months of slowdown due to lockdown
2 days after Diwali, the COVID-19 threat disappears? Maharashtra govt decides to open temples with restrictions, finally
If the religious places can be reopened now in Maharashtra, they could have reopened earlier also, with the same restrictions
Woman who claims to work for AYUSH ministry says ‘rapes happen because Lord Ram is worshipped’, ministry denies she works for them
According to her Facebook profile, Hinduphobe Niharika works as a public speaker and a media consultant with Ministry of Ayush, Govt of India.
Theatre of absurd: Shashi Tharoor uses morphed image of anchor to wish ‘Jashn-e-Chiraagh’ on Diwali, anchor deletes original post and defends Tharoor
On the evening of 14th November, Shashi Tharoor took to Twitter to wish people 'Jashn-e-Chirag', using the image of an anchor of MirrorNow, Sahar Zaman.
Left-propagandist 'news' portal, NDTV, is up to its usual tricks again and is indirectly blaming Diwali for the bad air quality in Delhi.
The Consulate General of India shared a video of a fireworks display on the occasion of Diwali at Dubai in UAE.
So our children remember the joys of celebrating Deepawali: Why OpIndia is launching Mission Loud and Bright Diwali 2021
Like most people, we at OpIndia were mightily distressed as well. And thus, we announced our mission for a loud and bright Diwali 2021.